About Margaret Peyvre (Loring)
- 'Margaret Loring1
- Father Sir Nele (Nigel) Loring d. bt 18 Mar 1385 - 1386
- Mother Margaret Beauple
- ' Margaret Loring married Thomas Peyvre, son of Sir Nicholas Peyvre, 3rd Lord Peyvre and Margaret Arden. Margaret Loring was born at of Grove, Broughton, & Mentmore, England.
- 'Family Thomas Peyvre b. 1344, d. 1382
- ◦Mary Peyvre+ b. c 1382
- 1.[S10367] Unknown author, The Complete Peerage, by Cokayne, Vol. XI, p. 361; Wallop Family, p. 619.
- 'Thomas De POYNINGS (1º B. St. John of Basing)
- Born: 1350, Basing, Hampshire, England
- Died: 7 Mar 1429, Basing, Hampshire, England
- Father: Luke De POYNINGS
- Mother: Isabel St. JOHN
- Married 1: Joan Le STRANGE 1372, Basing, Hampshire, England
- 1. Luke De POYNINGS
- 2. Hugh De POYNINGS (Sir Knight)
- 3. Isabel De POYNINGS (b. 1385 - d. AFT 1428)
- Married 2: Philippa De MORTIMER (C. Pembroke / C. Arundel) (d. 24 Sep 1401) (dau. of Edmund Mortimer, 3º E. March, and Phillippa Plantagenet) (w.1 of John Hastings, 3° E. Pembroke - w.2 of Richard Fitzalan, 6º E. Arundel) Nov 1399, Basing, Hampshire, England
- 'Married 3: Margaret LORING (dau. of Nigel Loring and Margaret Beaupel) (w. of Thomas Peyvre) ABT 1400
- Married 4: Maud De MAULEY (d. 3 Jun 1453) (m.2 Hugh Halsham) Apr 1415, Basing, Hampshire, England
- http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/POYNINGS.htm#Thomas De POYNINGS (1º B. St. John of Basing)
- St Maur, Alice de – (1409 – c1431)
- English mediaeval heiress
- Alice de Saint Maur was the daughter of Sir Richard St Maur (later Seymour), Lord St Maur and Lovel, and his wife Mary Peyvre (later Broughton), the daughter of 'Thomas Peyvre of Toddington and his wife Margaret Loring', the daughter of Sir Nele Loring. She was married (1424) to William le Zouche, the fifth Baron Zouche of Haryngworth as his first wife, and bore him several children. Alice de St Maur probably died from the results of childbirth. Her eldest son William (1431 – 1468) was summoned to parliament (1467) as Lord St Maur (jure matrix) in Alice’s right. Her daughter Margaret St Maur became the wife of Sir Thomas Tresham.
- During the 15th century, when many gilds were founded, one was formed at Dunstable in 1442 by William Anable, Laurence Pycot, Henry Mauntel and other burgesses of the town and dedicated to St. John the Baptist. The gild was governed by two wardens elected by the brethren from their number, and the whole was to form a body corporate. A chaplain was maintained to celebrate divine service daily in St. Peter's Church for the good estate of the king and brethren and for the souls of 'Thomas Peyvre, Margaret his wife and Mary their daughter.' (fn. 253) The object of the foundation was not only religious but charitable, for in the Brotherhood House chambers with beds were provided for six poor people travelling through Dunstable, and four other tenements under the same roof were reserved for the 'succour and dwelling of four poor brethren' of the fraternity, who were to pay no rent for them.
- From: 'Parishes: Dunstable', A History of the County of Bedford: Volume 3 (1912), pp. 349-368. URL: http://22.214.171.124/report.aspx?compid=42447 Date accessed: 09 May 2011.